by the Macular Degeneration Foundation
1- Epigenetic regulation of axon and dendrite growth.
2- Amacrine cell gene expression and survival signaling: differences from neighboring retinal ganglion cells.
3- A chemical screen identifies novel compounds that overcome glial-mediated inhibition of neuronal regeneration.
4- High content screening of cortical neurons identifies novel regulators of axon growth.
5- Neurotrophic effect of a novel TrkB agonist on retinal ganglion cells.
6- KLF family members regulate intrinsic axon regeneration ability.
7- Gamma-synuclein as a marker of retinal ganglion cells.
8- A novel biological function for CD44 in axon growth of retinal ganglion cells identified by a bioinformatics approach.
9- Disease gene candidates revealed by expression profiling of retinal ganglion cell development.
10- Glaucoma 2.0: Neuroprotection, Neuroregeneration, Neuroenhancement.
11- Nanoparticle-mediated signaling endosome localization regulates growth cone motility and neurite growth.
12- Multiple transcription factor families regulate axon growth and regeneration.
13- Krüppel-like transcription factors in the nervous system: novel players in neurite outgrowth and axon regeneration.
14- Foxn4 is required for retinal ganglion cell distal axon patterning.
15- Electrical activity enhances neuronal survival and regeneration.
16- Eph-dependent tyrosine phosphorylation of ephexin1 modulates growth cone collapse.
17- An oligodendrocyte lineage-specific semaphorin, Sema5A, inhibits axon growth by retinal ganglion cells.
18- Amacrine-signaled loss of intrinsic axon growth ability by retinal ganglion cells.
19- Retinal ganglion cells do not extend axons by default: promotion by neurotrophic signaling and electrical activity.
20- EphA receptors regulate growth cone dynamics through the novel guanine nucleotide exchange factor ephexin.
21- The relationship between neuronal survival and regeneration.
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